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Efforts by the United Arab Emirates to fight the coronavirus have renewed questions about mass surveillance in this US-allied federation of seven sheikhdoms.
A strange phenomenon has emerged near Amazon.com Inc delivery stations and Whole Foods stores in the Chicago suburbs: smartphones dangling from trees.
A mixed martial arts specialist is challenging a Pakistani ban on TikTok, the video sharing app on which he was pinning his hopes of gaining a mass audience and helping people get fit.
As many as 80% of Indian students couldn’t access online schooling during the lockdown, and many might not return to classrooms when they reopen, according to a recent study by Oxfam.
Amazon.com Inc always had the upper hand in its high-profile battle with the US Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union over its fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama. It had the deeper pockets, of course, and with mandatory workplace “information sessions”, could slyly proselytise on the shop floor against the union and the financial burdens of membership.
The money transfer business is personal for Ismail Ahmed. It was cash wired by his family that allowed him to make the final leg of his journey from escaping fighting in his native Somaliland to London in 1988 to take up a university scholarship.
Whether it's painting walls, trimming hedges or working on things overhead, it's said that exoskeletons might one day make all kinds of everyday tasks easier.
Billionaire Jack Ma’s Ant Financial has done more than perhaps any company to disrupt China’s gargantuan banking and asset-management industries. Now it’s trying to re-imagine health insurance.
Hundreds join rally in Henan province over claims they were cheated out of additional payments of US$870 (RM3,640) by recruitment agencies.
There's a new top job in Seattle.